Norman, OK Chevy dealer sells rather than selling out [w/poll]
Heitz had built his franchise into an attraction as well as a car dealership with unique features like a log-cabin facade, two dog runs and a 110-foot windmill outside and an aquarium, 45-foot tall waterfall and numerous animal statues inside; Chevrolet's design standards consist of a white-and-blue facade.
With annual sales expected to total more than 1,800 new cars this year (making it the 15th best-selling Chevy dealer in the US), we doubt that it will take too long for the new owner to redesign the dealership, which has been renamed David Stanley Chevrolet of Norman. The terms for the sale were not announced, but Heitz spent $20 million building the dealer in 2008.
|No, he should have kept the store as-is and lost the big bonuses.||1 (25.0%)|
|No, he should have changed the store to comply with GM standards.||1 (25.0%)|
|Yes, selling the franchise was the best option.||1 (25.0%)|
|I don't know.||1 (25.0%)|
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